UNC Charlotte Center City Campus

The Gerald G. Fox Master of Public Administration

We hope you can join us for our Spring Reading Day Social! 


Spring MPA Advisory Board Meeting on   March 31

     Members of our 26 member MPA Practitioner Advisory Board convened over lunch with faculty, students and staff at Center City on March 31 to discuss the state of the program and share ideas on how to deepen the relationships between the MPA program and government/nonprofit agencies in the region.  Highlights include the endorsement of a mission statement for the Board and the initiation of an advisory board student scholarship.  
     We are grateful to this special group of community and student leaders who provide support and direction to the MPA program! Contact Dr. Barth for more details on board membership and activities.

Spring 2017 Bulletin 

Check out our annual newsletter to catch up on program updates and see what our students, alumni and faculty have accomplished this year! 



MPA Students and Alumni at NCCCMA Conference!

      MPA students interested in careers in local government attended the North Carolina City/County Management Association winter meeting on Feb. 2 in Durham.  Students met alumni at a breakfast sponsored by the program (including Jerry Fox), attended panels on key issues and participated in a speed coaching session and ICMA Student Chapter reception.  MPA student Shannon Reidlinger was recognized at lunch as the recipient of our NCCCMA Coates Scholarship.  A great day of networking and professional development!


MPA Public Management Academy!

University of North Carolina Charlotte

Designed for Frontline
Government and Nonprofit Supervisors or High Potential Staff

Fall 2017 Dates Coming Soon!

For More Details and an Application click the below link or
call the Master of Public Administration Program at 704-687-5937 or tbarth1@uncc.edu
(Dr. Tom Barth, MPA Director)


MPA Public Management Academy Spring 2017 Session Guide


UNC Charlotte's MPA Program named second best value college in the country for earning an MPA degree.  

Read the article here

The MPA Program is accredited by the Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs & Administration (NASPAA.)  The MPA program and Certificate programs have approximately 100 enrolled graduate students.

Jerry Fox and Chancellor Dubois

Jerry Fox and Chancellor Dubois at the ribbon-cutting in August, celebrating the naming of The Gerald G. Fox Master of Public Administration program

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